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  • Iran: It is still possible to revive 2015 nuclear deal'

    The spokesman for Iran's Foreign Ministry said on Monday that it is still possible to revive the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.

  • Bennett has reservations about Lebanon deal: It's different from what I knew

    Alternate Prime Minister Naftali Bennett on Monday expressed reservations about the agreement being formed between Israel and Lebanon on the maritime border between the countries.

  • Hamas leader: Palestine will not be liberated through fake peace, only through Jihad

    Senior Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal said on Monday that there is no point in negotiating with Israel on any sort of arrangement, since the path of jihad is what will lead to the "conquest of Palestine."

  • Jewish gun club sues Gov. Hochul to allow concealed weapons in synagogues

    A group of Jewish gun owners filed a lawsuit last Friday against Gov. Kathy Hochul's gun laws, saying they infringe on their religious freedom as well as their right to bear arms.

  • Biden We will impose 'further costs' on Iran

    US President Joe Biden said Monday that the United States will place "further costs" on Iran in response to the violent crackdown against "peaceful protesters" in the country.

  • MK Gafni: Lapid is very dangerous for the country

    MK Moshe Gafni (United Torah Judaism) told journalist Shneor Weber of the Merkaz Hainyanim newspaper that Prime Minister Yair Lapid is "very dangerous to Israel", among other things due to his conduct regarding the war in Ukraine.

  • Meretz MK: We must put an end to the violent use of water cannons

    MK Mossi Raz from the Meretz Party, which in the past founded the lobby against police violence, on Sunday responded to the incident in which an elderly couple was thrown to the ground by a police riot-dispersal water cannon.

  • Do values and ideology have a place in Israel's elections?

    Two weeks ago, I sat at the Shabbos table with family friends who had recently made Aliyah to Jerusalem. They described to me their excitement of the first time they voted in Israeli elections. As Olim, we all remember the indescribable feeling of Jewish pride upon receiving our Israeli passport, Teudat Zehut (Israeli ID card), and voting for the first time.

  • One week later: Israel issues statement on results of Italian election

    A week after the elections in Italy, which were won by Giorgia Meloni, the leader of the Brothers of Italy Party, Israel's Foreign Ministry on Monday morning issued a statement on the elections.

  • Hamas: Jewish visits to Temple Mount are a crime and a provocation

    Hamas spokesperson Abdel Latif al-Qanoa said on Sunday that the series of terrorist attacks carried out in Jenin, Shechem (Nablus) and other localities in the Palestinian Authority reflect the "escalating revolution" of the Palestinian people in response to the "break-ins" of Jews to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

  • Doubling Australian aid to UNRWA, a vital perspective

    The Australian government has announced that it will double to its aid to UNRWA, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, which the UN created as a "temporary" entity in the wake of the Israel War of Independence, to help half a million Arabs displaced as a result of these hostilities.

  • David Gottesman, scion of Jewish philanthropic dynasty, dies at 96

    David Gottesman, who carried on a family tradition of Jewish philanthropy while also becoming one of the most successful investors in the United States, died at 96 on Wednesday.

  • Rock attacks target several vehicles near Hebron

    A couple from southern Israel returned over the weekend from a wedding in Gush Etzion and when they passed by the town of Ma'ale Hever, east of Hebron, Arabs threw rocks at them.

  • Brazil: Top two presidential candidates headed for runoff

    Brazil's top two presidential candidates appear to be headed for a runoff after vote counting showed them neck-and-neck on Sunday night, according to The Associated Press.

  • Netanyahu seeks approval to promote his book during election

    Opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu has asked the Likud's legal advisor to issue an opinion that would allow him to promote his new book during the election period, Kan 11 News reported on Sunday.

  • Public Security Minister on the attack: Netanyahu is behaving exactly like Nasrallah

    Public Security Minister Omer Barlev on Sunday evening launched a scathing attack against opposition chairman Benjamin Netanyahu and compared him to Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, after Netanyahu criticized the maritime border agreement being negotiated with Lebanon.

  • Iran: At least 92 dead in crackdown on women-led protests

    At least 92 people have been killed as Iran has cracked down on women-led protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini after her arrest by the morality police, the group Iran Human Rights said Sunday, according to the AFP news agency.

  • Ukraine makes gains in areas annexed by Russia

    Ukraine on Sunday claimed full control of the eastern logistics hub of Lyman, its most significant battlefield gain from Russia in weeks, Reuters reported.

  • Gantz makes secret visit to Azerbaijan

    Defense Minister Benny Gantz completed today an official visit to Azerbaijan, which was dedicated to security and policy issues, and aimed at fostering defense cooperation between the countries.

  • A telegram from Israel

    One day a telegram came. I signed for it, since my parents were out, opened it, and read that my father's mother in Israel had died. "Gathered," said the message, "unto her people at age 102."

  • Yom Kippur and reconciliation between man and his fellow man

    The main atonement of Yom Kippur is achieved by the two goats drawn by lots – one for God, and the other for Azazel. What is amazing is that the goat for Azazel atoned for all of Israel's sins and that of the Kohanim (Priests), whereas the goat for God was meant to atone solely for Israel's transgressions in the Mikdash (the Holy Temple), and the Kohen Gadol (High Priest) would also sacrifice a...

  • Where did the Four Species markets disappear to?

    In some haredi cities, there will not be a large Four Species market this year, following lessons learned from the Meron disaster.

  • Insights into Yom Kippur


  • 2 shot in gas station assassination attempt

    Two people were shot during an attempted assassination at a gas station in the town of Azor Monday afternoon.

  • I have sinned, I have betrayed

    It is clear to all of us that we should repent of our sins on the eve of Yom Kippur, but the evil inclination is sophisticated: over time, it has learned how to circumvent this kind of pure will.

  • Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur in Bavaria September 1945

    The unanticipated task of aiding the Jewish Displaced Persons (DPs) became the concern of American Jewish chaplains who passed through Germany, Austria, and Italy during the initial occupation period in April--December 1945. The chaplains were among the first American Jews to meet survivors. Although their primary duty was to tend to the spiritual and psychological needs of the American soldiers,

  • Plane crashes into Minnesota house, killing all onboard

    A small airplane crashed into a Minnesota house near the Duluth Airport on Saturday, careening through the top floor and then slamming to a halt in the backyard.

  • Torah scroll in memory of the million and a half children killed in the Holocaust

    Esther Orenbach's three siblings were murdered in a gas truck during the horrific children's transport in the Lodz Ghetto. Now, for the first time, a Torah scroll is being written in memory of the million and a half children who were killed in the Holocaust, including Esther's siblings. Partake in the writing of the Torah scroll in their memories.

  • Supreme Court gives State another 3 months on Khan al Ahmar

    Last month, when the deadline approached for the state's response to Regavim's petition on the failure to dismantle the illegal Khan al Ahmar outpost, the government requested another extension. This evening, citing the dissolution of the government and the impending elections, the Supreme Court acquiesced. Justice Noam Solberg expressed the Court's displeasure, but nonetheless granted the...

  • Court permits blowing shofar at Eastern Wall

    Jerusalem Magistrate's Court Judge Amir Shaked on Monday rejected the request of the police to bar Temple Mount activist Emanuel Brosh from the area of the Eastern Wall of the Temple Mount and the Old City's Muslim Quarter after he was arrested for blowing the shofar at the wall.

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